Consultix

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Fix Mobile Menu By default the mobile menu will be displayed within a slide out panel, but opening the mobile sub menu will not work. To make it work we must hide the standard theme menu and reveal the Max Mega Menu mobile menu instead. Go to Mega Menu >…

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Twenty Twenty

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Full Width Sub Menus By default the sub menus will only be as wide as the menu itself. To make the Mega Sub Menus span the full width of the page, go to Mega Menu > Menu Themes > Mega Menus and set: Panel Width (Outer): .header-inner Panel Width (Inner):…

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Divi 4

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Divi 4 includes a new header builder. The addition of the header builder allows us to perfectly integrate Max Mega Menu with Divi without the need for custom code or a child theme. Step 1 – Create the menu This step is the same for all themes. First we need…

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How to display WooCommerce categories in your menu

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In this article we will go through the steps required to show WooCommerce categories within your menu. Step 1: Enable WooCommerce Categories Go to Appearance > Menus and expand the “Screen Options” section at the top right of the page. Enable “Product categories” and “Product tags”. Step 2: Menu Setup…

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Widget

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Max Mega Menu comes with a built in widget which allows you to display a single menu location within a widget area. Depending on your theme, you might have widget areas set up in the header, footer and sidebar areas. Using the following method we can add a Mega Menu┬áto…

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Mobile Menu

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The Responsive Breakpoint Your mega menu will automatically collapse down to a mobile style menu on smaller screens. To test the mobile menu simply reduce the width of your browser window. You can adjust the screen width at which the menu converts to a mobile style using the Responsive Breakpoint…

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Airi

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Fix Mobile Menu Airi automatically closes the mobile sub menu when any of the links are clicked, and also adds an extra sub menu toggle icon. To fix both of these issues, install the TC Custom JavaScript plugin then go to Appearance > Custom JavaScript and add the following:

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Apply custom styling to fourth level items

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The Theme Editor in Max Mega Menu will let you apply styling to the First, Second and Third level items within your menu. The Fourth level items will inherit the Third level styling. To style the Fourth level items, go to Mega Menu > Menu Themes > Custom Styling and…

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Mann

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To restore the Max Mega Menu mobile toggle bar, go to Mega Menu > Menu Themes > Custom Styling and add the following:

 

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Philos

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The authors of Philos have added custom JavaScript that directly targets Max Mega Menu and breaks the sub menu HTML. Therefore, we do not support this theme. Any issues should be reported directly to the theme authors.

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